These are all the posts that have been tagged with labelling.
Ingredion’s new natural foaming agent Foamation Q 200 delivers improved foam stability and high quality froth textures to a range of non-alcoholic beverages. With long lasting foaming properties, the foaming agent allows drink manufacturers to develop new products which meet the growing demand from consumers for natural-based drinks while also delivering superior mouthfeel. It can […]
Low FODMAP diets, increasingly spicy foods and super healthy ‘convenience’ ingredients are set for a surge in popularity in 2015, according to EHL Ingredients. The importer, blender and packer of global food ingredients predicts that manufacturers will look to cater to developing consumer tastes for hotter and spicier ingredients, as well as to health conscious […]
The British Soft Drinks Association (BSDA), which represents soft drinks manufacturers including A G Barr, Coca-Cola and Refresco Gerber, has launched a UK-wide trading standards scheme with Surrey County Council. They have joined together to give BSDA members opting into the scheme assurance that policies and procedures in place in their premises cannot be changed […]
Additives & preservatives, Cutting & slicing, Testing & laboratory analysis, Wrapping, Show Issue: Meat Tech
Functional ingredients, Robotics, Metal packaging & canning, Coding & marking, Show Issue: Euro CanTech/Anuga FoodTec.
Thickeners & gelling agents, Water & waste management, Cold storage, Environmental packaging & recycling.
With the MPS 302 model, Multivac has launched onto the market an automatic pack stacker which significantly simplifies and accelerates the loading of thermoformed packs and trays into boxes. The MPS 302 stacks the packs on top of each other in a defined way at the end of the packaging line. The stacks can then […]
Own label software company Trace One has stated that, while food retailers and manufacturers have taken great steps to address the EU’s upcoming Food Information Regulation (FIR) legislation, it won’t have been enough if any of the information is incorrect or incomplete or if mistakes have been made. With the average cost of a label […]
Here is your weekly round-up of Ingredients news. If you have a news item you would like to submit for next week’s round-up, please contact Carly Wood at email@example.com. Snacks that are healthy, tasty and easy to consume are set to shape the future of how people eat and drink, according to Arla Foods Ingredients. […]
David Reading, who founded the Anaphylaxis Campaign in 1994 after his daughter died of an allergic reaction to peanuts, was the recipient of the inaugural Dorothy Cullinane Award at the recent Society of Food Hygiene & Technology (SOFHT) luncheon. The new award, in memory of Dorothy Cullinane, the highly regarded expert in food labelling and […]
According to Canadean, chocolate is becoming increasingly popular among 35-44 year old UK consumers, however, research shows that these consumers pay little attention to its product formulation. Canadean’s survey finds that 46% of consumers aged 35-44 claim that ‘natural products’ are neither important nor unimportant when they look for chocolate. Moreover, 66% have never put […]
Here is your weekly round-up of Packaging news. If you have a news item you would like to submit for next week’s round-up, please contact Carly Wood at firstname.lastname@example.org. With just one month remaining until the main elements of the Food Information to Consumers EU 1169/2011 Regulation (FIC) are due to come into effect in […]
With just one month remaining until the main elements of the Food Information to Consumers EU 1169/2011 Regulation (FIC) are due to come into effect in the UK, analysis of the industry’s journey toward compliance has identified where issues may persevere for those involved with the sale of food and drink products. The third in […]
There has been a significant increase in the number of consumers making healthy eating a priority, and the majority of people say they plan to eat more healthily over the months ahead.
The Food Standards Agency has published a nationwide snapshot survey on a cross-section of pre-packed processed foods both with and without allergen advisory labelling. The survey aimed to provide an improved understanding of the type of allergen advisory labelling used on pre-packed processed foods in the UK and whether the labelling was related to the […]
Family owned Country Products, which packs dried foods and snack products, turned to marking and coding specialist Allen Coding when it needed to upgrade its main production line at its North Yorkshire, UK plant to cope with extra capacity and minimise downtime.
With the deadline in December for compliance with the majority of the Provision of Food Information to Consumers Regulation fast approaching, companies and associations are offering support to food and drink businesses struggling to understand and/or implement the new legislation. Having received numerous enquiries regarding the legislation, Campden BRI Regulatory Advice Service has produced a […]